This week has seen sub-zero conditions and snow in Central London amidst one of London’s most wintry periods in recent years. From ground level, Centre Point has served as a backdrop to the weather in the West-End. Here we look south on Tottenham Court Road toward the tower, as the cold weather creeps in on Wednesday evening earlier this week.
As reported in Luxury magazine, luxury real estate in London continues to attract buyers from the Middle East. Centre Point features amongst are the city’s most desirable homes: Property: Centre Point Description: 82 apartments with one, two and three bedrooms, in the tallest residential building in London’s West End. Area: West End Developer and agent: … Continued
As part of the Lumiere London festival which starts today, the iconic neon letters from the Centre Point building will make Trafalgar Square their home while the landmark, which was commissioned by Harry Hyams and designed by Richard Seifert, is transformed into a new residential, restaurant and retail destination by property development and investment company Almacantar.
UK property has traditionally had an allure for buyers from the Gulf – be it private investors, sovereign wealth funds or wealthy families. Gulf investors are now increasingly taking advantage of the devaluation of the pound as a result of the referendum to acquire trophy assets in the UK
Centre Point, on St Giles Circus, is being transformed into 82 apartments. They range from a one-bedroom flat to a five-bed penthouse (744sp ft to 7,233 sq ft in size). The design, by Conran And Parners, is influenced by the pattern of the tower facade From £1.825m. almacantar.com
The Grade II listed structure—which is located near Covent Garden and Soho in London’s West End—is now being reimagined as a luxurious residential community by local development company Almacantar.